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After Repair Car Care

A fresh paint finish can do wonders in making your car look new again. To extend the life of your finish, try to avoid the following:

For the First 30 Days

 

  • Don’t use commercial car washes. While it’s easy, those stiff brushes or sponges will hurt your brand new finish. Your car deserves better.
  • Don’t wash your car in the sun. Clean it in the shade, by hand, with cool water, mild soap, and a soft cloth. It’ll be worth it.
  • Don’t drive on gravel roads. Those small rocks can have a big impact on your beautiful finish.
  • Don’t park your vehicle outside in extreme cold or heat. Treat your paint like you want to be treated.
  • Don’t park under trees that might drop sap. Tree sap can easily mark a freshly painted surface.
  • Don’t park under trees because of birds. Rinse bird droppings off the paint surface as quickly as possible. Your paint hates it as much as you do.
  • Don’t park near factories that produce heavy smoke. Soot in the air can be just as bad as those birds.
  • Don’t spill gasoline, oil, antifreeze, or any other fluids on your paint. If you do, immediately rinse it with water, let it air dry, and apologize.
  • Don’t scrape ice or snow off of freshly painted surfaces. Stick to cleaning the windows and let it thaw off naturally.
  • Don’t dry wipe or dust the vehicle. Use only clean, cool water, just like he or she would ask for if they could ask for things.

For the First 90 Days

 

  • Don’t polish or wax your car. Waiting will allow the finish to cure completely.

We want your new vehicle looking gorgeous for a long time to come, and with these tips, it will.